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We congratulate Matthew Gowell (St Anne's) who has been awarded a 'highly commended' award by the British Society for Geomorphology in their annual Marjorie Sweeting award competition for the best geomorphology undergraduate dissertation

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ECI's spin-out company, Pilio, has been shortlisted for a 2014 Ashden Award for excellence in the field of green energy

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Climatecare receives a Queen's Award for Enterprise in Sustainable Development

Posted by External 14 days ago General — Climatecare was established by ECI alumnus Mike Mason in 1997 and has recently received the Queen's Award for Enterprise for outstanding contributions to poverty alleviation and tackling climate change. The award is the UK's highest accolade for business success. 9/05/14 9 May 2014 - Read More
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School wins Special Award for Community Action at the University's first ever Green Impact Awards

Posted by External 17 days ago General — The School of Geography and the Environment recently won a Special Award for Community Action at the University's first ever Green Impact Awards ceremony on the 19 June 2014. 08/07/14 8 July 2014 - Read More
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Doctoral student Scott Thacker presented 'Young Scientist Award' at the ICVRAM

Posted by External 17 days ago General — The award was in recognition of his conference paper 'Characterizing the Vulnerability of Future Configurations of Great Britain's Electricity Network Infrastructure to Climate-related Hazards'. 18/07/14 18 Jul 2014 - read more + Read More
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Dr Brenda Boardman has been awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award for services to energy efficiency and fuel poverty by the Carbon Action Network

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Met Office award for 200 years of continuous weather observations at Oxford

Posted by External 30 days ago General — Oxford University's Radcliffe Meteorological Station is the longest running continuous weather station in the UK. On 15 May, the Met Office will present an award to the University 'in recognition of 200 years of continuous climate observations at the Radcliffe Observatory, Oxford'. 15/05/15 15 May 2015 - Read More
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Dr Patricia Daley receives Outstanding Supervisor Award from Oxford University Student Union